Touch Of Gray, Greatest Story Ever Told, Row Jimmy, Minglewood Blues, So Many Roads, When I Paint My Masterpiece, Bird Song China Cat Sunflower-> I Know You Rider, Samson & Delilah-> Uncle John's Band-> Playin' In The Band-> Drums-> Attics-> Throwing Stones-> Good Lovin E: US Blues
Set 1: Schoeps>Dat>Sound Forge>CD (previous aud shn seed via Marc Pujol et. al.)
Set 2: SBD>Dat>Cm>Dat>Samplitiude>CD
Dat>CD Transfer for sbd portion done by Charlie Miller
August 13, 2017 Subject:
of attics??? wow....most of the reviews on archive.org are laughable anyways....show sounds good....we all know the stories surrounding the band in 94-95....im a deadhead and stand behind the biggest band of all time when i say " st stephen!!!!!"
August 23, 2016 Subject:
I love the SMR's contest!
....however, the 7/9/95 SMR is good but not great! If you were there you would know that. Jerry's guitar fucked up during the last verse as well as his voice. And for the guy who said that SMR's is an average to below average tune..?.. "you need help my friend" the songs lyrics hit home for a lot of folks as well as Jerry himself. Probably the most lyrically truthful song of a Jerry's ballads. Giving us a small insight into his fight with the demons that led him so far away from home and struggling to find & stay on the road leading home. ...ha...a below average tune!?...that makes me laugh. But anywho...check out 10/1/94 SMR's...also from Boston Garden. It has what you need...smiLe oN! Peace.
July 14, 2009 Subject:
So Many Roads...yes again
Think everyone might want to check again... best Roads ever was 12-10-1993 w Branford Marsalis
I was in the house and Jerry was spot on ( one small mic mishap in the beginning )... though the recordings I have heard all seem to have iffy vocal recording... but the jazzy undertones were simply amazing.
March 6, 2009 Subject:
Wish I was a headlight.....
I still remember vividly the energy of "I know You Rider" and the fun the band had this night.
Jerry sounded like he really did wish he was a headlight when he sang that verse.... I just remember thinking WOW!!! That stuck with me for some reason and helped me track down this show.
btw: I've had a great time tracking down shows I went to from 1973 to 1995 and beyond... Going to see the Dead spring tour. Warren's no Jerry but he still rocks!! I still miss Jerry...
Thanks to those who keep the music alive!!!
June 3, 2006 Subject:
Average show mixed in with a pretty average Garden run. Pales in comparison to 91 and even a few 94 Boston shows. Concur with Caspervapors about the Shoreline 94 version of SMR. My personal Favorite hands down, bar none, take it to the bank, stone cold lock that you will be floored with that version.
August 25, 2005 Subject:
so many roads
this is a great smr, not the best but good, and I remember jerry having a good time that night, check out the SOTM the next night, "THE BEST" in my opinion.
August 3, 2005 Subject:
IT'S JUST OPINION EVERYBODY
I WISH I COULD HEAR THE WORST SO MANY RDS IN CONCERT NOW. BE THANKFUL FOR ALL THE MUSIC THE DEAD GAVE US. IN MY OPINION TO REGARDS TO SO MANY RDS IS SOLDIER FIELD AND 6-23-92 STAR LAKE CHECK IT OUT. GOD BLESS
July 23, 2005 Subject:
sorry the best So Many Roads is September 18th, 1994
in my humble opinion anyway
April 17, 2005 Subject:
Really... why the debate over So Many Roads? Its an average to below average Dead song to begin with, IMHO.
March 17, 2005 Subject:
such energy in the show! EXCELLENT So Many Roads. I still have chills!
March 15, 2005 Subject:
so many roads!!
THE SO MANY ROADS THAT WAS SAID TO BE THE BEST EVER IS A CROCK OF SHIT!!! HAVE YOU EVER HEARD THE SO MANY ROADS FROM SOILDER FIELD(THE VERY LAST SHOW)1995-07-09 THIS COULD WELL BE THE MOST AMAZING SO MANY ROADS EVER, EVER TIME I LISTEN,IT BRINGS A TEAR TO MY EYE!!!!! I'LL RATE THIS SHOW A 4/STAR JUST BECAUSE OF THE CRACKLING THAT GOSE ON IN SET ONE. GREAT ADDITION TO ANY COLLECTION!!!!!
February 11, 2005 Subject:
Great Space Exploration
The drums and space in this show are a great example of the level at which the Band performed these instrumentals during the 1990's. The sound energy moving back and forth, left to right, through the sound system creating a circular swirling sound through the Garden was sheer pleasure to move my body to. With all the criticism expressed about the 90's shows, I have to say, that being a super avid dance expressionist of the drums/space sequence that the band reached its sophisticated and beautiful peak in this department during the 1990's. Holy, Holy!
July 10, 2004 Subject:
Bring on the SBD for set one!
The best "So Many Roads" I've ever heard, by a longshot. And I've searched. I hope the SBD for Set One surfaces at some point. (How's that for alliteration?) Set 2 rocks as well -- smokin' China Cat/Rider.
May 18, 2004 Subject:
Best of Boston
Definitely the highlight of the Boston run, there's hardly a clunker in this show. The SBD is sweet (maybe a little light for my taste), the song selection is top-shelf, and the band is in peak '93 form. Check out the China > Rider for a taste, then grab the whole show (or at least set two).